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Neuroanatomy

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Article Klaus F. Steinsiepe; Markus Hauser (2022)
Leonardo da Vinci, the Ventricles of the Brain, and the Foramen of Monro. Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza (pp. 693-709). (/isis/citation/CBB142938370/) unapi

Article Douglas J. Lanska (2022)
Summarizing the medieval anatomy of the head and brain in a single image: Magnus Hundt (1501) and Johann Dryander (1537) as transitional pre-Vesalian anatomists. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 200-220). (/isis/citation/CBB099512333/) unapi

Article Catherine E. Storey (2022)
Then there were 12: The illustrated cranial nerves from Vesalius to Soemmerring. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 262-278). (/isis/citation/CBB903067026/) unapi

Article Peter J. Koehler; Aster Visser (2022)
Ada Potter and her microscopical neuroanatomy atlases. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 351-367). (/isis/citation/CBB312686900/) unapi

Article J. Wayne Lazar (2022)
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century brain maps relating to locations and constructions of brain functions. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 368-393). (/isis/citation/CBB868101755/) unapi

Article Boleslav Lichterman; Douglas J. Lanska (2022)
Cross-sectional representations of the central nervous system in Pirogov’s “Ice Anatomy”. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 312-333). (/isis/citation/CBB659893039/) unapi

Book Giosuè Baggio (2022)
Neurolinguistics. (/isis/citation/CBB647051163/) unapi

Book Paul Eling; Stanley Finger (2021)
Gall, Spurzheim, and the Phrenological Movement: Insights and Perspectives. (/isis/citation/CBB776528929/) unapi

Article Josef Hlade (2021)
Reconsidering “Brain mythology”. Medicina Historica (pp. 1-9). (/isis/citation/CBB117316646/) unapi

Article Kevin Jang (2021)
Nicolaus Steno and the Cartesian Brain. Medicina Historica (pp. 1-8). (/isis/citation/CBB575163588/) unapi

Article Tabea Cornel (2020)
An Even-Handed Debate? The Sexed/Gendered Controversy Over Laterality Genes in British Psychology, 1970s–1990s. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 138-166). (/isis/citation/CBB066955345/) unapi

Article Michael Hagner (2020)
Georg Büchner: Anatomist of the Animal Brain and the Human Mind. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 90-100). (/isis/citation/CBB525306925/) unapi

Book Thomas Moynihan; Iain Hamilton Grant (2019)
Spinal Catastrophism: A Secret History. (/isis/citation/CBB574056309/) unapi

Article Kevin S. Weiner (2019)
Neuronomy, Education, and Outreach in Neuroscience: A Historical Case Study of Burt Green Wilder. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 42-63). (/isis/citation/CBB779751449/) unapi

Article Alessio Plebe (2018)
The Search of “Canonical” Explanations for the Cerebral Cortex. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 40). (/isis/citation/CBB473323388/) unapi

Article František Šimon (2018)
On the Origin of the Term Decussatio Pyramidum. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 101-105). (/isis/citation/CBB676210688/) unapi

Article Eugenio Frixione (2017)
What Is in a Word? Neuron: Early Usage and Evolution in Antiquity to Its Long-Lasting Current Significance. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 406-424). (/isis/citation/CBB426067657/) unapi

Book Geert-Jan Rutten (2017)
The Broca-Wernicke Doctrine: A Historical and Clinical Perspective on Localization of Language Functions. (/isis/citation/CBB007990068/) unapi

Article František Šimon (2016)
On the Origin of the Term Ependyma. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 437-443). (/isis/citation/CBB247336146/) unapi

Article Michael E. Staub (2016)
The Other Side of the Brain: The Politics of Split-Brain Research in the 1970s–1980s. History of Psychology (pp. 259-273). (/isis/citation/CBB718114935/) unapi

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